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Old 09-04-2011, 08:55 AM
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Question F350 wont stay running - Stranded in TN!

I have a 2000 F350. A month ago I replaced the injectors with Casserly modified reman stage 1 single shot injectors, TS 6 pos chip and beans diesel program, MBPR DP back 4" exhaust, and K&N intake. I have had no problems until now. I am on a road trip and am stuck in TN at a buddies house! I thought it was the fuel pump causing my problems (as advised by a friend of mine) but it did not fix my problem.

The truck will start, run normal for about a min. then will start idling rough for about 30 sec. and then die. When it starts it is blowing white and geay smoke until it starts acting up. After it starts acting up it has no throttle response.

Could the CPS sensor be causing this? If not what could? Thank you for your help, i'm out of ideas!

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Short of getting it scanned, my only thought is this:

IF your 7.3 starts blowing white smoke, and stumbling - READ THIS - MAT SENSOR

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From advice I saw on another thread try disconnecting the icp sensor. I had a bad wire going to mine and it caused the stumbling and no throttle response issue. Dunno if that would cause the smoke issue.


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Since you just had the injectors out I would say that most likely one has come out of the hole slightly. Raw diesel pours in the cylinder and they run until the Hpop can't keep up with all the leaking oil. Take the valve covers off and start it up. you'll most likely see one with oil pouring out the top.
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Got it hauled home on a flatbed, not either sensor, guess im gona go the injector route. Thanks for all the replies!
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